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. seven rushes, two passes on the drive. >> charles: physical, pounding run. look who's back for oklahoma state. justin gilbert, who broke a 100-yard kickoff return last year against texas. >> gus: this one squibbed and out of bounds inside the 20. oklahoma state has only defeated texas one time at home. 1997, rw mcquarter returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown. quarterback tony lindsey ran for three scores. ricky williams ran 21 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. it was too little too late. oklahoma state won it 42-16. >> charles: bob simmons was the head coach. that became a bowl team for oklahoma state. it was not touched by oklahoma state in the field of play. that ball goes to the 40 yard line on the kick out of bounds on the kickoff. excellent field position again for them to start. actually, it's on the 35. excuse me. now we're going to look and see if it was touched. >> gus: texas with 18 wins in the last 19 games, decided by three points or less. >> charles: the ball bounces on the kickoff. texas didn't want to give justin gilbert an opportunity. the hand came up. did
stops. 3:32. third down and 11. >> charles: that's a good play on defense by oklahoma. they took away the primary target. he wanted to go. tramaine thompson after the fake in the secondary. and oklahoma took that option away from him. third down and 11 at the 24. the sooners, they feel the momentum swinging. they've got a chance to get the rock back right here. klein over the middle. klein, first down k-state! what a play! tramaine thompson on third and 11, picks up 13. >> charles: watch wort in the middle and watch the route. nothing on him, he gets past him, first down. >> gus: a fresh set of downs for the wildcats. 2:56 away. chops down. javon harris, after a five-yard pickup. don't forget coming up next. erin and the guys with the at&t post-game show. joey harrington and the heisman trophy winner eddie george. >> charles: if you leave more than five seconds on the play clock, you're doing your team a disservice. let it bleed down. >> gus: second down and five. klein to hubert. and hubert will gain 2 1/2. and a time-out called. oklahoma, out of time-outs, trailing 24-19. whether it
. >> charles: physical, pounding run. look who's back for oklahoma state. justin gilbert, who broke a 100-yard kickoff return last year against texas. >> gus: this one squibbed and out of bounds inside the 20. oklahoma state has only defeated texas one time at home. 1997, rw mcquarter returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown. quarterback tony lindsey ran for three scores. ricky williams ran 21 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. it was too little too late. oklahoma state won it 42-16. >> charles: bob simmons was the head coach. that became a bowl team for oklahoma state. it was not touched by oklahoma state in the field of play. that ball goes to the 40 yard line on the kick out of bounds on the kickoff. excellent field position again for them to start. actually, it's on the 35. excuse me. now we're going to look and see if it was touched. >> gus: texas with 18 wins in the last 19 games, decided by three points or less. >> charles: the ball bounces on the kickoff. texas didn't want to give justin gilbert an opportunity. the hand came up. did it alter the path of the ball, knock it out
: that's a good play on defense by oklahoma. they took away the primary target. he wanted to go. tramaine thompson after the fake in the secondary. and oklahoma took that option away from him. third down and 11 at the 24. the sooners, they feel the momentum swinging. they've got a chance to get the rock back right here. kleier the middle. klein, first down k-state! what a play! tramaine thompson on third and 11, picks up 13. >> charles: watch wort in the middle and watch the route. nothing on him, he gets past him, first down. >> gus: a fresh set of downs for the wildcats. 2:56 away. chops down. javon harris, after a five-yard pickup. don't forget coming up next. erin and the guys with the at&t post-game show. joey harrington and the heisman trophy winner eddie george. >> charles: if you leave more than five seconds on the play clock, you're doing your team a disservice. let it bleed down. >> gus: second down and five. klein to hubert. and hubert will gain 2 1/2. and a time-out called. oklahoma, out of time-outs, trailing 24-19. whether it's kevin's smartphone... mom's smartphone... dad's
to determine the exact cause of death. baltimore county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered. he is now named as a suspect. investigators say they learned earlier this week matthew long was in oklahoma. he was living with his grandparents when they were killed. he was missing when police discovered the bodies on monday. according to police, he is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. >> we entered him into the national missing persons database. he was located in oklahoma. they notified the baltimore police department. our detectives began making preparations to interview him. >> police described the couple's injuries as traumatic but are not saying exactly how they died. the search continues for a suspect after a stabbing at a light rail station. the suspect attempted to take the victims cell phone last night at the westport station in south baltimore. the victim refused and fought back. the fight spilled out onto the platform where the victim was stabbed. the victim was taken to shock trauma with the on-life-
-- oklahoma attorney general on the new health-care law. also, susan humber weinstock on her study of finding prepaid debit cards often come with him in peace. -- hidden fees. host: good morning on this tuesday, september 25. president obama delivers his fourth address to the united nations in new york today. topics include libya, iran, syria, and north korea. he will have remarks around noon eastern at the clinton global initiative. republican candidate mitt romney will speak first at the event, 9:00 a.m. this morning, live coverage on c-span 2. in the papers, all eyes focused on new york for the united nations gathering. we want to get your take on the united nations and global affairs. you can also send us a tweet. post your comments on facebook. or email us. let's start with the money. the united nations budget for its operations for 2012/2013. the breakdown like this -- let's look at peacekeeping efforts, that is a separate budget. this is all from the united nations web site and global solutions and reuters. the operational budget and the peacekeeping budget -- what you think the u.n.'s
in oklahoma city. it's one of the driest areas in the country. one of the driest states along with kansas. we've been very happy and pleased to report rain. some areas picked up as much as 4 inches of rain. this front is kind of stalled out here all the way back through just outside of philadelphia. back through central pennsylvania and all the way through the ohio valley into kansas and oklahoma. all along we've had areas of rain over the last two to three days. the heavy rain has now moved out but almost two inches of rain. it's just a little dent in the drought. this is what we need, more weather patterns like this. oklahoma city towards tulsa, just a shield of rain here all the way north of mccallister. that's great news there. rain continues in southern pennsylvania. the pennsylvania turnpike is not an enjoyable ride this morning. this rain is heading for philadelphia and new jersey eventually as we go throughout your morning rush hour. as far as the forecast goes today, we're beautiful in the northern portion of the country and it's in the middle that we're dealing with the rainfall tod
win for florida state. for obvious reasons. after what happened last weir against oklahoma, not only did they lose to oklahoma. it had an impact on them for the next couple weeks against this clemson team and also wake forest. and there was so much talk this year about i don't want to hear it. florida state, same old thing. this is a big confidence builder for them as they move forward into the rest of their season. punted away. fair catch by watkins, back at the 31 yard line. okay, folks. this was earlier today when lee cor corso made his pick on game day. he puts the torch into the ground. uh-oh! oh, not quite! >> pretty much -- >> oh, mercy. we have to take a look -- i saw coach afterwards. i told him how much i enjoyed that -- the trivia question here at the stadium that's multiple choice, who quarterbacked the 1954 florida state seminoles and the answer was lee corso. >> kirk: he was the he had the school record for a number of years until deion sanders tied him. he played with burt reynolds back in that era. >> brent: second down and ten. throwing down field. complete. beautifu
of president obama as health care law earlier this year, but oklahoma's attorney-general has a new legal challenge to the law of focusing on penalties for employers to do not provide health insurance. scott pruitt in oklahoma city. thank you for being with us. guest: good morning to you. host: let me show the viewer is the headline from "the wall street journal." oklahoma challenges of a health law in a new suit. the supreme court had ruled on president obama's health-care law. you filed a new suit. what is it? guest: greta, without an action january of 2011, and a separate action with the proceedings of florida. virginia filed an action as well. 28 states. the focus of the original lawsuit was about the constitutionality of the law and the totality. at that related to the commerce clause, individual mandate. we began the litigation and motions were filed by the government. and in oklahoma, when the case was taken up by the supreme court. as of the decision in june, i filed a motion to lift the stay in oklahoma, the eastern district, asking judge white to consider an amendment. as you kn
.6%. finally hold it, wait for it, the best employment rate, 4.8%, oklahoma city, oklahoma. so guess what? live from washington, d.c. in a fox business network exclusive is the mayor of oklahoma city. a big smile there. we were laughing we said you know your peers are both amazed and totally jealous. how are you doing it in oklahoma city? >> well, ironically i think our citizens would rather be number one in college football, but we have been number one on the jobs front for six months now and pretty much the last three or four years. we've invested heavily in our infrastructure. we've invested in the market sectors like aviation, biomedical field. our tourism numbers are going through the roof. of course the energy sector is our strongest part of the economy, and it's going well too. liz: we will get to the private sector piece of this in just a minute. but you said we've invested heavily. we is the government. you are a republican but you have figured out a way to spend city money to really make it pay off; right? i'm sure there is some pushback from people who say stop the government spendin
with them. tonight he is in the hospital in oklahoma and county police have a lot of questions for him. >> he is in a hospital out there receiving medical treatment and our detectives have flown to oklahoma in hopes of interviewing him in reference to this case. we are considering him as. >> reporter: there were no signs of forcedn 't forced entry. >> him being in the hospital, i just hope they don't use that as some kind of excuse. he needs to be brought to justice. >> reporter: on monday baltimore county police entered long into the national missing person's database and tuesday police in oklahoma alerted baltimore county police that he was in the hospital there, back in the neighborhood there is still shock over the crime and sadness over the loss. >> the couple had to go through -- traumatic thing together but thank god they are together now. >> reporter: police are still not saying how they died. they aren't saying how long ended up in oklahoma, how he got in to the hospital or what condition is keeping him there. the pepper was laid to rest after a funeral service on the east
tennis shoes. and now an update. police detectives aren't oklahoma this morning and waiting to interview the grandson. matthew long was in oklahoma and living with his grandparents when they were killed. police found the bodies last monday but long was missing. he is undergoing a mental treatment. >> governor martin o'malley helps campaign. some are calling it an early movement into the presidential proving ground. he dismissed questions he was trying to make a good -- less than 60 days before the november election. >> 55 degrees at the airport. 5:36. >> some new research linking the type of health problems in kids. >> don't forget to e-mail us your response to our water cooler question of the day. what do you think is the most to blame for the ravens' week two loss to the eagles? you can share your response at wbaltv.com and on our facebook page, or send us an e-mail to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> we are keeping a close eye >> good morning. we have clear skies this morning. a couple of suburban upper 40's out there. 20 minutes before 6:00 a.m. a great start to the day. you can see the ch
. >> good morning, everyone. as far as the rain goes, we have very good news out of oklahoma last night. heavy rainfall moved through the state. numerous locations saw downpours. oklahoma city picked up two inches of rain. as far as the drought has gone, i know we're not in the growing season anymore, we still need the rains. we still need to fill up the reservoirs in some areas. kansas and oklahoma are the worst to states and the driest over the last month or two. they're the ones getting some of the rainfall. so that's great. as far as the situation goes, kind of had one of the classic battles going on with the cool air moving from the north. warm, humid air to the south. right in the mid sl where we're locked in with the showers and thunderstorms. one of the areas continues to be oklahoma. oklahoma city is now dry. almost two inches of rain for you. but as you notice you still have numerous areas of rain in tulsa, oklahoma, three quarters of an inch. significant but not a drought buster. this morning, if you've been driving on the pennsylvania turnpike, you needed the wipers, that st
to college in oklahoma where she caught the eye of randy parker. >> she had a way about her, the way highway is carried herself, the way she talked, the way she laughed. there was something really special about her. >> he had a balance in his life. he was good for me. he -- he gave me confidence. he added to my life. it just worked. >> they married in 19828 and within four years had two little girls. bobbi of a teacher and randy worked in corrections. at one point they worked in the same prison. randy in administration and bobbi teaching inmates with special needs. >> beginning of the day we walked in together. at the end of the day we walked out together. >> bobbi of nam-- bobbi was nam teacher of the year and randy moved up quickly. he was named deputy warden at the oklahoma state reformatory. in a tiny town called granite. bobbi and randy lived on prison grounds, just outside the wall. what was life like in granite? >> it slowed down for me and my family a little bit. but it was -- it was good. >> if there wasn't much happening in granite, inside the prison it was the opposite. there was
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to be consistent with the statute we believe the state of oklahoma has been harmed because it is making a decision. states under the law have two decisions to make. one is to expand medicaid. whether we should do that or not. and secondly whether the state checks at the state health care exchange. both have consequences and benefits that policy-makers are deciding in our respective states. there are 20 states that have chosen not to adopt the health care exchange and the consequence of that is one tax subsidies and the citizens of the state's, also the employer mandate assessment does not flow to the states either. the irs disregarded that and proceeded to the statute and adopted the rule we believe is consistent with the wall. we seek to enforce that against federal government to say they violated statutes. >> host: if you win, how would small-businesses or large businesses benefit from your proceeding? >> guest: the benefit is in the state of oklahoma employers would be subject to the employer mandate penalty. because there is no state health care exchange. the state of oklahoma is making policy
oklahoma city to little rock and memphis. showers around cleveland, pittsburgh and buffalo. getting into boston, and philly this weekend. >> mostly 80s from new orleans, to new york. 70s in the nation's midsection. and 80s in the northern rockies. >>> when we come back, get ready to dig a little deeper for your next flight. >>> and california's online shopping frenzy. tomorrow's looming law that sparked an internet buying binge. >>> and when a robbery at an apple store goes wrong, there is not an app for this one. >>> welcome back, everybody, on this friday morning. overseas markets are following wall street's move, sharply higher after fed chairman ben bernanke's announcement of the new stimulus plan to help the economy grow and get americans back to work. on wall street, the dow jumping 206 points yesterday, to its highest close in almost five years. and the nasdaq was up 41, as well. >>> with americans booking holiday travel, airfares are taking off. southwest, the country's largest domestic carrier, raising prices about 10 bucks on a round trip. other major airlines followed sui
disease, stroke, and diabetes. as anna werner reports, in oklahoma city, the money is already being put to use. >> hello! >> reporter: oklahoma county health worker michael bailey wants to transform his own little corner of the world, the neighborhood where he grew up. >> this is a health event for the family. >> reporter: he's part of a program providing free medical care for residents suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes or other risk factors in an area of low-income families with few healthy choices around them and little encouragement. >> i think a lot of the people over here because the poverty level, that their health is of a concern, but it's-- but it comes after things such as, you know, food, clothes, jobs. >> reporter: this wellness program got a major funding boost from the affordable care act. >> we have a program called "my heart, my health, my family." >> reporter: over $700,000 per year will flow into the program. in a city dubbed one of the fattest cities in the america by "men's fitness" magazine, mayor mick cornett says healthy changes are crucial. he's priorit
the morning. we had a little bit of rain down here near oklahoma, just outside oklahoma city. oklahoma is one of the driest states out there in the entire country right now. finally tropical storm leslie is continuing to spin to bermuda. everyone on the east coast, becareful at the beaches. large waves and rip currents. but the surfers, they love it. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. we mentioned the forecast map at the top. just even has a chance of showers and storms including the democratic national convention there in charlotte. last night a pretty good thunderstorm dumped about an inch of rain. they could have something simpler later on today. well, uncomfortable to say the least. bad hair day. bad hair day weather. >> so i heard when folks got in this morning. everyone complained. well, bill, thank so much. >>> big buzz over apple, facebook falls once again, and something very hard to picture, a vegetarian mcdonald's. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead, plus miley cyrus finds another way to say i'm no lon
, was discovered in oklahoma where police say he is currently in a hospital being treated for a medical condition. baltimore county investigators are also in oklahoma waiting for a chance to interview him. they are not say how he was discovered but say the best is there contacted them very correctly entered him into the national missing nurses database. when he was located in oklahoma on september 11, they notified the baltimore county police department. our detectives began making preparations to go out to interview him. >> he was living in the home of the missing when investigators discovered the bodies. police have described their injuries at dramatic but are not saying how they died or if there are any other people love interest in the case. >> are the texas have been investigating this case since monday evening. -- our detectives have been investigating this case since monday evening. >> the search continues for the man who opened fire on it -- on the campus of morgan state university wednesday. investigators say the 19-year- old victim was visiting his cousin who plays football at the schoo
radar tour will show you where we're dealing with the heaviest of rain. from oklahoma starting to clear out a little bit. we had stronger storms last night south of oklahoma city. this was welcomed rain. a couple of showers by lawsuton. from st. louis all the way south of indianapolis along the ohio river. all those locations need it. the wet weather in new england, very light. areas in vermont, new hampshire, massachusetts currently. from new york city to washington, d.c., your best chance of showers will be late today. not so much this morning where it should be okay. the southeast looks all right. just your afternoon showers and storms down there. an umbrella day. some areas are appreciating it. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >>> philadelphia today, also a chance of a shower or storm. much better chance of rain by the pittsburgh area as we go throughout the morning hours. a gloomy weather period throughout the middle of the country. that's welcome. heavy rain heading for texas. rainfall appreciated. we're not in the summ
was an oklahoma. he had been living with his grandparents when there were killed, but he was missing when the police discovered the couple's body on monday. according to the police, he is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital and oklahoma. >> we entered mr. long in the national missing persons data base. they notified the police department and we began making preparations to go out there. >> the police described the injuries as traumatic but did not say how they died. >>> an accident sent a woman to e hospital. the police arrived on reisterstown road to find an issue feet in a store. the 76-year-old driver was parking the vehicle when for some unknown reason that went through the front of the store, striking a customer. that person suffered non life- threatening injuries. the driver and her passenger were not hurt. >>> officials with the national institutes of health say a superbug has claimed the life of a minnesota boy. he arrived in bethesda in april, treated for complications from a bone marrow transplant when he contracted the bog. he was the 19th patient at a hospital to contrac
then fled to oklahoma, where police found him unconscious in a hotel room with a note saying "i'm sorry about this he is being held in an oklahoma detention center and his trust with two counts of first-degree murder -- and is charged with two counts of first-degree murder. a judge is deciding whether the suspect is fit to stand trial. alexander kinyua is charged with attempted first-degree murder after police say he killed a family friend in harford county and eight parts of his body. -- ate of his body. just a few days before, he beat emmorton states today with a baseball bat. baltimore city police officer will spend 20 years behind bars for conspiring to sell drugs. he pleaded guilty to possession with intent to sell and conspiracy. he was a 17-year veteran of the department. >> kind of a chilly start this morning. we start in the 40's and in many locations, but i.t. is turning out to be a beautiful afternoon. just a few high, thin clouds out there. mostly sunny, and the care is dry. wonderful afternoon. high temperatures will climb into the mid-70's in most spots. we expect another
and a child in oklahoma. tornados are a rarity in new york city and with some eight reported n. september 2010, two tornados ripped through the city. tearing down thousands of trees and leaving more than 30,000 people without power and one person died. it's putting a damper on the u.s. men's open where the semi finals were temporarily delayed from heavy rain and the women's finals washed out, delayed until tomorrow. anna coinman, fox news, new york york >> and we have had a lot of weather and. >> one thing i want to mention, there is that reported sighting. they conducted three storm surveys. one in fairfax, one in reston and one in lorton and there is no evidence of a tornado on the ground. >> and that caused a lot of damage. there is some downed lines and tree branches. >> and dangerous, too. >> and some have to be aware of that to be careful. and this is a calm evening after the action and this is where that precipitation is now and across the areas of lower southern maryland. you can see what a big difference. that frontal system passed and i was speaking to will earlier about the fact of
are told he'd be shot. >> baltimore county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered in pikesville. he is now named as a suspect in the case. investigators learned last week that 31-year-old matthew long was in oklahoma. long was living with his grandparents, vaughn and pepper, when they were killed, but he was missing when police discovered the couple's bodies on monday. according to police, long is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. >> we entered mr. long into the international missing person's database. when he was located in oklahoma on september 11, they notified the baltimore county police department. our detectives made preparations to interview him. >> police have described the couple's injuries as traumatic. to owings mills where an accident sent a woman to the hospital. police arrived in the 11700 block of reisterstown when they found an s.u.v. in the window of a store. >> a super bug has claimed the life of a minnesota boy according to officials at the national institutes of health. the b
with us. >> good morning. >> let me show our viewers the headline. oklahoma challenges the health law in a new suit, the supreme court had ruled on president obama's health-care law. you have filed a new suit, what is it? >> we filed in january of 20 11 and within two weeks, we filed a separate action from the proceedings and florida. there was a total of 28 states. the focus of our original lawsuit was about the constitutionality of the law in its totality as a related to the commerce clause and the individual mandate. we began that litigation and motions were filed by the government and then the case was taken to the supreme court. after the decision, i filed a motion to lift the stay in oklahoma asking the judge to consider an amendment to our complaint. as you know, the original challenge about the constitutionality of the law, this is about implementation. this addresses the concerns about the irs ruled that was adopted on may 18 and the affordable care act's implementation of the employer mandate, the penalty that is known under the law dealing with large employers. our lawsuit
promising for it now and for the future. >> former republican oklahoma congressman, mickey edwards argued is clean too much power. the parties have disenfranchised voters to the legislative process by providing partisanship and encouraging debate. this is a little under an hour. [applause] >> you know, this is going to be very hard the case after i left congress i became a teacher and i taught at harvard for living your site out of print and in the city who are teachers know you don't stand still. how do i do this? i'm going to obey the rules and do it from here. i walk around the block through the aisle if you have. if you were lied to congress would be a wide i/o. but i have to do it this way. thank you very much for coming. i appreciate the chance to talk about my book and buy a ds, what led me to write this and it's something that's been in my mind for a very long time. i'm going to kind of skipped quickly a comeback. i'll quickly say to you as were attacking your about how depressing it is and is there any way out? i want to tell you there's a way out. there are ways to change the sy
behind that so oklahoma, wisconsin, kansas these are the areas that could be targeted with some severe thunderstorms. temperature-wise we are looking at oklahoma city at 40 degrees. still sizzling hot here. houston at 36 degrees and los angeles hitting 30, as well. here is your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
's the thing ta stahat stant for you today on the first day of football. >> oklahoma state, ohio state, alabama, they all look strong. there were no glaring weaknesses of the top teams. >> except michigan. you expect alabama, oregon, oklahoma is going to come back, west virginia, but i don't know if you expected michigan to get beat that badly. >> and that quickly. >> and that quickly. that is the thing. if you're in the top ten to start the season, you have to be pretty good. that surprised me how badly it got so quickly. >> i'll stick up for him. and, again, not a good start for the big ten. hey, let's talk about usc because everybody will be talking about them tomorrow. what stands out about them? >> listen. knocked the rust off. lane kitsffin said he was not happy with the offense. i think as the season goes on you're going to see a lot of fire power on the outside. usc looked phenomenal i thought tonight. >> lessons, lessons, lessons. everywhere you go, you've about got a weapon for usc. >> hey, speaking of weapons and offense, just out here out west eugene, oregon, so far the ducks lookin
say the buildings were spray painted. deafs in oklahoma are hoping to talk to a grandson of an elderly couple found dead in their pikesville home. matthew long is a suspect in the murders. the two were found dead last week. long is in the hospital after he overdosed at a oklahoma hotel room. when police took him to the emergency room his name came up as a person of interest. >>> a police report is giving details behind the arrest of a baltimore pay medic. shawn white, slapped a drunk woman while she was on a stretcher. the victim was not combative. white lifted her by her neck and smashed her body to the headrest of a stretcher. the president of the firefighters union believes that the level of patient care was not as good as it should be. shawn white should not have been arrested. >> a lot of them get belligerent, arrogant trying to instruct the person, the paramedic how to do his job. >> white is charged with two counts of second degree assault. the incidents were caught on video and reported by one of white's colleagues. ten people had to be removed from a boat in the
interested in talking to him. the day after the couple's bodies were discovered, officials in oklahoma were contacted saying long was in a hospital there. >>> anger among hard line muslims escalated today with anti-american demonstrations all across north africa, and reaching far across asia. in response to the first of the elite marine teams already in the region and the bodies of four casualties, all working from the u.s. consulate returned home this afternoon with the president and secretary of state there to geat them. abc 2 newses that latest. -- to greet them. abc 2 news has the latest. >> reporter: maryland, and the president and a clearly moved secretary of state visited with the families and paid tribute. >> today bewe -- today we bring home four american whose gave their lives for our country and our values. >> reporter: that fundamental american belief that we can leave this world a little better than before. >> that's who they were, and that's who we are. >> reporter: the brazen attack was apparently designed to strike on 9-11. still the white house claims there was no advanced
south. you'll be okay. memphis still very warm at 95. look at oklahoma city, 103. we really haven't gotten any rain in a long time. so the heat in the middle of the country still with the drought conditions are very severe. >> unfortunately. all right, bill, thank you. >>> coming up, eight on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece of american airlines, and the current economic conditions for the tooth fairy. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, justin bieber has a new tattoo. what is it? how many does he have? >> oh, boy. >> and what was his first? so many questions, so little time. stay tuned. >>> another milestone for tiger woods, a pair of walk-offs out west, and a thrilling end to the first weekend of the college football season. you're watching "early today." football season. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning and welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry, and here are some of your top headlines this morning. "the new york times" reports the u.s. is close to an economic deal with egypt's new government to eliminate
matthew long is now a suspect.and in oklahoma. him all the way ou his grandpaaents vauuh and marjorie pepper were found dead monday in their living with his grandparents and went missing after they were found. this week...authorities in oklahoma contacted detectives here saying they had found long but he's in a hospital in that state and his condition is so serious deeectives have not peen able to interview him. 3 3 3 3 3&the funeral for vaugh aad the funeral for the funeral for vaugh and marjorieepepper vaugh and marjorie pepper took place today on the eastern shore. police are still inveetigating a shooting in north baltimore last nightwhen a police officer arrived on the sccne near the interrection of bellona avenue and northern parkway...... they found a vehicle pulled pver ith it'' hazard lights on. inside were two men who had been shot... both in their stable condition.no word on any suspects. one teenarger dies... and another one is seriously injured... after a crash in on a single off-road mooorcycle......and were trying to pass a bus on the left......as the bus was try
couple was found after he overdosed in an oklahoma hotel room. police took him to the emergency room, there was a hit on his name in the system. the suspect, matthew long, is the victim's grandson. they were found dead in their homes last week. detectives have traveled to oklahoma, but not talked to him yet. >>> a video went viral. a fight on cell phones outside a high school in howard county. today, the sentence was handed down. back in march the fight happened. the victim was knocked to the ground, unconscious. he was convicted of a second agree assault and got 60 days in jail. >>> we've seen this time and time again. police say an edgewood woman went over the edge when she missed a parking spot. it was right outside the staples store in white marsh. she jumped out of her car, started to push and shove, and according to witnesses, got back in the car, used that as a weapon, pinned a woman against her car, and as she was driving away another woman was trying to write-down her license number and she was hit. >> i only come here when it is crowded. >> police got enough information to
never lost a season opener when they open a season number one, they roll 49-10. oklahoma in a bit of trouble early against utep. sooners, first trip ever to el paso, texas. down 7-0. landry jones. a four-year starter, just four wins away from becoming the school's all-time winningest quarterback. hit kenny stills, 68 yards, ties the game and that's whe we stand early second in el paso. number three lsu beat north texas in baton rouge today, 41-14. beckham, on the punt return and he's gone. 70 yards the other way. lsu outgained the mean green 508-219. the new quarterback, touchdown and pick. penn state, at home, taking on ohio. bill o'brien's coaching debut did not go well. three total touchdowns, one through the air one on the grourngsd ohio b 24-14. nittany lions at virginia 2:30 eastern on abc. >>> ohio state and urban meyer's debut for the buckeyes went swimmingly.ton miller to smith. catch the year i'm calling it right now. first week of the year. ohio state rolls over miami of ohio, 56-10. other scores from around the country. number 13 oklahoma state. in
pikesville couple, he has been found overdosed at hotel room in oklahoma. when police took in long to the emergency room, there was a hit on his name in the system. this suspect, long, is the victim's grand zonks vaughn and margerie pepper were found dead last week in their home. detectives traveled to oklahoma for the investigation but haven't been able to talk to long because of his current condition. >>> how far would you go to get the prized parking shot? police say an edgewood woman went too far, in a parking rage incident it happened in white marsh. linda so is live this morning, at county police headquarters. >> reporter: she got so angry over the spot, she took matters in to her hands and ended up in jail and faces first and second degree assault and bail set at a million dollars. brandy aims in edgewood got in to a fight with another woman over a parking spot outside the staples store at the avenue in white marsh. aims got back in to her car, hit the woman and pinned her against another car. that's not all, an innocent bystander became her second tart when aims saw the per
consecutive shutouts. that's going to be impressive. >> tim: i want to talk about kansas state-oklahoma. this is a team that usually kansas state handles in short order. will they do it tonight? >> spencer: i think they will, bob stoops, i think the concept is important, they have had the bye week to prepare, oklahoma is ready. >> tony: collin klein has to complete passes. >> tim: notre dame and michigan another game to keep an eye on. we think that one will be close. this is mike james taking it in from 25 yards out against georgia tech. this is a horrible loss for georgia tech. really hurts them in their division trying to get to the a.c.c. title game given the loss they had earlier to virginia tech. that will just about do it for this week. we thank you for watching "the jeep post-game show" and a look at what's coming up tonight on cbs. tonight at 8:00 eastern. fresno state will face tulsa only on cbs sports network. the 24-hour home of cbs sports. home of the barnhart show and my show too. be sure to stupid saturday certificate for the home depot show on cbs. >> tim: be sure to sta
severe weather reports there were. more than 300 from oklahoma to upstate new york. many of them with damaging wind reports. some, deadly. the storms were huge. and they were powerful. 84-mile-per-hour gusts, whipped through oklahoma. three people were killed when this mobile home was torn to shreds. including an infant. their bodies found in a creek nearby. >> the residents just back to the east of us here, was probably hardest hit. it was totally destroyed. >> reporter: and look at this. this big rig, driving down the highway, blown right over by the wind. the driver, killed. across the midwest, the storm dumped up to five inches of rain. look at the pounding missouri took. and in arizona, the heavy rains aren't letting up. a constant monsoonal flow. one woman drowned when she was swept away. arizona grappling with weather extremes. a day before, this giant sandstorm, known as a haboob, went through the state. the whole system is pushing east. and i have the answer for you. anywhere from the carolinas up to maine, needs to be on alert later this afternoon and this evening, espe
, groceries come from the grocery store. i've represented oklahoma city, i was the first republican elected to my district. so they redo my district from the middle of oklahoma all the way up to the kansas line. halfway across arkansas, a big upside down letter l. here is what happened. for years, this is what's embarrassing -- i said look at what they did to me. poor me. they are supposed to know you and your sister know them. i was a city dude representing wheat farmers and cattle ranchers and smalltime merchants, and i could not articulate well enough what was of importance to them. in the adjoining district, a pool guy was representing a party of the city because it worked for party advantage. now, there is a way to get around that, too. there are other kinds of things we can get into with questions about money. there was a story in "the new york times" that was completely wrong. about the super pacs and we are pushing parties out of the way. the democratic system and the two-party sides -- it's just another tool that the two parties are able to use. let me skip over that. let me go to
county police detectives are in oklahoma waiting to interview the grandson of the elderly couple found murdered in pikesville. he is now named as a suspect in the case. investigators learned last week that 31-year-old matthew long was in oklahoma. long was living with his grandparents, vaughn and marjorie pepper, when they were killed, but he was missing when police discovered the couple's bodies on monday. according to police, long is undergoing mental treatment at a hospital in oklahoma. in owings mills, an accident sends a woman to the hospital. crews arrived to the 11700 block of reisterstown road to find an s.u.v. in a store. we are told the 76-year-old driver was parking the vehicle when, for some unknown reason, it went through the front of the store, hitting a customer that. person suffered non-life-threatening injuries. the driver and the passenger were not hurt. >> time right now, 9:06, 63 degrees on tv hill. from violent crime to a new police commissioner, there's much for the mayor to talk about. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake is our q&a guest ahead. >> how do cell phone wa
followed his father's footsteps to oklahoma state, but he chose stanford. he wanted to create his own legacy. he has been making the adjustments this summer at the college devil -- the college level and ready to contribute anyway he can. >> making everything better. helping the first guys prepare each weekend. if i have to do that, so be it. we only got one goal and that's the pack 12 championship. >> there is a crowded back field who may get red shirted. david shaw knew this kid could be special when they recruited him. >> the hardest part about playing running back as a freshman is not running the ball. it is the pass protection. it is understanding all of the plays that will change even from run play to run play. understanding the nuances of the run play. once he gets the ball in his hands, he can take over, but we need to make sure he is a complete back for us before we put him on the field. that decision hasn't been made yet. we are very, very healthy at the running back position. >> like all freshmen, barry noticed the depth on the team, especially at his position. stephon taylo
in the entire state of texas and along the gulf coast. also, stormy from oklahoma city to little rock, st. louis and chicago. scattered showers in the four corners of the southwest. >> upper 90s in phoenix. 60s from albuquerque into the nation's midsection. mostly 80s along the east coast. >>> and when we come back this thursday morning, a new way to get your hands on the hottest kids' toys for the holidays. >>> and the toy so many grown-ups want, the iphone 5. what does it have? what does it cost? we'll tell you. >>> and later, talk about recycling. you have to see this bike. it is made of cardboard. >>> and welcome back. for all you customers have been eyeing the new iphone 5 and like what you see, well, you'll be able to buy it starting a week from tomorrow. apple revealed the latest verse, thinner, lighter, with a bigger screen. and the capability to connect to the fastest wireless networks. the least expensive model will be $200. it's the first iphone developed and unveiled since steve jobs passed away almost a year ago. >>> and apple rolled out changes to other products, as well, including
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